NEW YORK -- The New York Mets said Monday that they have signed manager Terry Collins to a two-year contract extension with a team option for 2016 and also will bring back Collins' entire coaching staff.
"As I've said over a period of time and on many occasions, Terry has done an outstanding job for us," Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said at a news conference.
"In many ways Terry had an outstanding year. The team never quit. They continued to play hard and continued to play with the resources it had at hand, and finished as well as we could have expected. So I'm very pleased Terry will be back and we're looking forward to 2014."
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